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Wilmington boys beat Jamestown
Wilmington (57) Vs. Jamestown (47)
Dec 23, 2009
The Greyhounds recovered from a slow start to beat Jamestown in District 10, nonregion action.

Wilmington coach Will Harris said his team was outplayed for 29 out of the 32 minutes in the game, but a three-minute span in the fourth quarter made all the difference.

The ’Hounds (3-1) employed a full-court man-to-man press the entire game, which finally produced seven turnovers late in the contest. Wilmington outscored Jamestown 22-11 in the final frame.

“We played the way we were capable of playing,” Harris said of his team’s late push. “The team just decided to play defense. Really, that was the only difference.”

Darryl Pace and Brandon Burk each recorded double-doubles for the ’Hounds. Pace notched 15 points and 12 rebounds, while Burk recorded 10 and 11.

Jake DeMedal led Wilmington with 17 points and Matt Moesta chipped in with 11.
Nightly Roundup
Game Scoreboard
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT SCORE
Wilmington 8 10 17 22 0 57
Jamestown 9 12 15 11 0 47
Box Scores
JAMESTOWN (47)
Derrick Nausser 2 0-0 5
Joey Gutherie 8 2-7 19
Beans Richter 3 1-2 7
Nick Miller 5 1-2 11
Jacob McCann 2 1-2 5
David Ochs 0 0-0 0.
Totals: 20 5-13 47.

WILMINGTON (57)
Jake DeMedal 7 2-8 17
Bryan Pitzer 1 0-0 3
Darryl Pace 6 3-6 15
Matt Moesta 2 5-6 11
Brandon Burk 3 3-4 10
Jayson Smith 0 0-0 0
Anthony Derrick 0 2-4 2.
Totals: 19 15-28 57.

JAMESTOWN 9 12 15 11 — 47
WILMINGTON 8 10 17 22 — 57
3-point goals — Jamestown 2 (Nausser 1, Gutherie 1), Wilmington 5 (DeMedal 1, Burk 1, Pitzer 1, Moesta 2).
JV score: Wilmington 67, Jamestown 20. High scorer: W — Anthony Baker 17, Curtis Bretz 15, Vinnie Pitzulo 11.


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